Oregon Quarterly

May 1

Innocence, Lost and Found

A summer internship with the Oregon Innocence Project was a revelation for political science major Alex Deitz
May 1

City in the Sand

A look into the Bayocean saga and how life has its unforeseen waves
May 1

Deep Research

Doug Toomey and Emilie Hooft, UO geophysicists, team up to explore the underpinnings of the planet
May 1

Download the Summer 2015 issue (PDF)

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May 1

Night Shift

A poem excerpted from alum Rodger Moody's new book History 
May 1

Just Dave

Remembering UO's 15th president Dave Frohnmayer and the legacy that he left 
May 1

Hollywood Ducks

Meet a few members of our flock who have found their places in the limelight
May 1

Profile: Jeff Hansen

Alum Jeff Hansen got hooked on branding, and now heads Microsoft's global branding efforts
May 1

The Best... Doorway on Campus

Student Francesca Fontana finds a doorway that embodies what she pictured college would look like
May 1

The Many Worlds of Rick Bartow

Poignant, whimsical, troubling, and powerful, the work of this renowned artist is now on exhibit at the JSMA

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